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Get up and running faster with the new AutoCAD Markup Assistant: a wizard-based interface that can search your CAD database and provide context-sensitive recommendations to help you move forward on your projects. (video: 1:55 min.)Export to the Cloud:Send large CAD models to the cloud and connect to a mobile device. Exchange your CAD files via e-mail with your colleagues, or simply view and comment on the latest design. The Cloud Services panel allows you to import files to the cloud, make them public, or make them private. (video: 1:30 min.)Create custom annotative labels:Annotative labels are customizable, annotative labels that can be quickly applied and removed, and labeled and sized to your drawing. In addition, the options to control and change the drawing annotations are more flexible, allowing for the printing of the label and importing of the label into your drawings. (video: 1:30 min.)Collaborate:Share your drawings and annotative labels with your team, and have them review and comment on the changes you made to your drawings.The new feature is available for AutoCAD 20023 and later. To get started, check out this video:Connect to popular Cloud servicesCloud services allow you to sync your data between multiple devices and multiple applications. With this feature, you can share and import CAD models to Cloud services, like Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive. You can also share and import drawings to these services, including the creation of a shared link to a drawing that you can then use with other applications, such as Google Earth or Google Docs.To get started, select File > New > Import to Cloud from the main menu. The Import to Cloud wizard will open, and you can add one or more cloud services to your list. After you are finished, click Next, then click Import. The Import to Cloud dialog will open, where you will be prompted to share the drawing to the cloud service(s) you selected.Next, you will be prompted to select a cloud service, and then to choose if you want to include the settings or annotations that were present when the drawing was originally saved.When you have finished selecting cloud services, click Next, then click Import. The Import to Cloud dialog will open. The progress of the import will be displayed, and a link to your imported drawing will be provided 2be273e24d

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